When Zulay Waggon decided to join her husband, Roberto Waggon, as a full-time literature evangelist, her former employer worried about her financial future.
But, Zulay did not falter in her desire to do canvassing work. She accepted the call to ministry, knowing that God would somehow provide.
Over the next 14 years, she would not be disappointed. During that period, the Waggons — now literature evangelists in the Gulf States Conference — led 291 people to Christ, averaging about 20 baptisms a year. They also sold enough books to make a decent living.